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Activist court cooks up a new rule to undermine religion
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Topic - U.S. Supreme Court
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray stood before reporters Tuesday at a portable podium inside a construction site less than 24 hours after filing for re-election and touted the progress of his economic development plans for the city.
The U.S. Supreme Court will take on the Affordable Care Act again, this time deciding whether the controversial law violates the religious freedom rights of for-profit businesses that don't want to provide contraceptive coverage to employees.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to announce this week that it will take on a case that pits claims of religious freedom against the Affordable Care Act's birth control mandate.
White supremacist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin has been put to death in Missouri. It was the state's first execution in nearly three years.
A public interest lawyer who says the government is "messing" with his text messages pleaded with a federal judge Monday to halt the government's electronic snooping programs, in a case that tests whether Americans will be able to challenge the NSA's phone-records collection in regular courts.
The D.C. police department has released information about how to re-register firearms in the city — two years after the original deadline.
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed a bill Wednesday legalizing gay marriage in the state that kicked off a national discussion of the issue more than two decades ago.
The U.S. Supreme Court, particularly Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., went to extraordinary lengths to find a way to uphold Obamacare as a tax, despite the oft-cited claims by the administration that the penalties were not a tax. Where is Chief Justice Roberts and his far-left associate justice cohorts now, when the very foundations of our constitutional government and the nation are being shaken to the core by doctrine foreign to the governance of this country?
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to revive Oklahoma's strict ultrasound law for women seeking abortions.
In this White House, the only females who count are the liberal politically correct